Angel Flight NE - Flight Safety
Dedicated to Enhancing Safety for our Volunteer Pilots
Angel Flight NE Volunteer Pilots have proudly provided more than 60,000 children and adults air transportation to medical care for over 20 years. Each pilot makes his/her own “go/no go” decision as he/she is the best judge as to the status of the aircraft, weather, his/her physical condition and training and proficiency.
The top priority of any Angel Flight NE Mission is always safety. Our volunteer pilots provide transportation to our passengers, because they want to help others. Along with the desire to help comes the responsibility to ensure a safe flights. To further promote our culture of safety, we have compiled the following safety-related materials which is used by pilots throughout our volunteer network. We encourage you to check back regulary and review these routinely which will be continually updated and added to.
- FAA Safety Briefing
- A “Short Course” on Ice and the TBM
- Visual Separation & Parallel Runway OPS
- Cold Weather Ops Checklist from AOPA Air Safety Foundation
- Critical Flight Safety Considerations - Roger D'Entremont, AFNE Pilot Administration
- Safety Thoughts - Roger D'Entremont, AFNE Pilot Administration
- Understanding the Altimeter - Jack Williams, American Meteorological Society
Useful Links (Note: May Require an AOPA Member Login)